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Tonight under the clearest skies I look out through Thinking of you Baptizing stars with strangers’ names Wondering which is yours I blink and in an instant One of them is gone
Souls wielding Time and opportunities Arising from moments Instant flashes Turning wheels
Unmasked force. Open Behind closed doors, you layer Up when you reach out.
I do not believe It is all just luck and chance There is more to it We can all create Our own luck, shaping moments, Opportunities We make it happen We go out there – minds open – Share, build connections.
Softly monitored, Yet wild, unchecked – rough, soothing Delicate, a touch A presence takes hold Ravishes my attention Amidst eying crowd We don’t need to hear Nor say it, we know Night is Ours for the taking
Stranger’s touch winks; And grasps lost hand, eerie crush Gentle encounter. Gazes meet, smiles bond, Mirror, and cheeks blush, answer Aerial banter A move lands on deck A kiss – hairs on skin rise up Teeth close on my neck
She sighed at the sight of him. He tried to grab her hand. She dodged his attempt and pulled away. He had betrayed her. She never asked him to be perfect. Not even kind. All she wanted from him was honesty. Knowing he would never lie to her face.
Body sitting still Watching landscapes swing, vibrant Bold, building up moods.
My Shadow and I Striding alongside – asphalt Bound – sigh, and leap on.
He was walking down the street. Preoccupied with the day he had just lived, His stream of thoughts was punctuated by numerous questions. One could read on his face the scars, Red seals patching up his trampled heart.
If only you had not uttered that one sentence, She would not be crying, hurting where it matters the most Heart struck you bite your lip hoping Your gripping teeth could tear That senseless mouth of yours, And retreat silently to your room.